Clatter – meaning of the word and examples

To make continuous loud noises by hitting hard objects against each other, or to cause objects to do this. (Cambridge Dictionary)

To make a loud, rattling sound, as that produced by hard objects striking rapidly one against the other: (Dictionary.com)

To move rapidly with such a sound: (Dictionary.com)

To talk fast and noisily; chatter: (Dictionary.com)

If you say that people or things clatter somewhere, you mean that they move there noisily. (Collins Dictionary)

If something hard clatters, it makes repeated short noises as it hits against another hard thing. (Collins Dictionary)

To make a rattling sound. (Merriam – Webster)

To talk noisily or rapidly. (Merriam – Webster)

To move or go with a clatter. (Merriam – Webster)

Examples

Playtime by Fawns. Clatter Bridge.

https://www.fawns.co.uk/clatter-bridge/

The Clatter of Forks and Spoons: Honest, Happy Food.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Clatter-Forks-Spoons-Honest-Happy/dp/0007248903

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